Welcome to Kidderminster Forest Quilters

Who are we?:
A group of people who enjoy patchwork, quilting, good company and easy chatter.
When do we meet?:
On the first and third Tuesdays of most months between 7:30pm and 9:30pm
Where do we meet?:
Tuesdays meetings are held at Trinity Methodist Church, Churchfields, Kidderminster. Saturday workshops are held at Sytchampton Village hall, Sytchampton. (maps can be found here)
What skills do I need?:
We range from absolute beginners to jaw-droppingly good, and everyone is prepared to share expertise.
What do we charge?:
Annual membership – £10.00 (over 80’s free)
‘Sit and Sew’ – £2.00
Meetings with speakers £3.00 (members) £4.00 (non-members)
News

Joint Quilt Exhibition in Husum Germany

7th – 21st September 2019
Joint Quilt Exhibition at the Town Hall, Husum, Germany

As part of our successful Town Twinning initiative, Forest Quilters of Kidderminster and Storm Quilters of Husum are having a Joint Quilt Exhibition. Nine members of Forest Quilters (plus one husband) will be traveling to Husum and will stay with local families for about a week. Members have contributed 30 quilts to the exhibition which are of differing sizes and styles and showcase the range of artistry and talent of our members.

Embroidered lampshade workshop has been rescheduled

The embroidered lampshade workshop which was originally scheduled for September has been rescheduled for Saturday 26th October.

Doughty’s One Day Road Show

Sale of fabrics at Trinity Methodist Church, Churchfields, Kidderminster
Thursday 28th June 2018
10.30 am – 2.30 pm
Entry £1

Craft Fair at Littleheath Barn Studio 24th to 25th November

There is a local craft fair happening on Friday 24th and Saturday 25th November, details below:

Littleheath Barn Studio Craft Fair
Friday 24th November 7pm to 9pm
Saturday 25th November 10am to 1.30 pm.
Refreshments available with donations to Cancer Research
6 makers with their wares.

Littleheath Lane, Bromsgrove B60 1HU

Forest Quilters Exhibition October 2017

Here are some photos from our recent exhibition.

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